Every Which Way But Loose (1978)
You talkin' to me?
Boxing among hanging slabs of beef in a slaughterhouse
When facing down the biker gang (many of which were also in the Every Which Way films as the Black Widows), he refers to one them disparagingly one of them Clyde
Title referenced on Weekend Update as "Any Old Film You Can Stand".
Romano mentions Clint Eastwood and Clyde to Venus the Orangutan
Ruth Gordon has a photo of Clint Eastwood on her desk that she picks up and kisses. Both Gordon and "Rock Aliens" director James Fargo worked on "Every Which Way But Loose."
It is referenced.
Password for infinite lives: Clyde
"Looks kinda like 'Any Which Way But Loose'." "Or 'Any Which Way You Can'."
Observer's pick for a great ape movie.
When Nina comes in with an orangutan, Dennis says, "I've see this movie. Every Which Way But Sober."
"Louis Leakey in 'Any Which Way But Loose."
Billy Crystal refers to Clint Eastwood co-starring with an ape
Ed impersonates the monkey; title spoken
Referenced in Larry's chat with Charlotte and the crowd.
Movie tells story of Sondra Locke's return to hometown as part of debut of the movie.
correct response in "Clint Eastwood Movie Quotes" category
Asking Tiny Joe for a ride, Oscar points out that "Clint Eastwood had a monkey in his truck".
Ted mentions that the scene where the monkey gives the finger is one of the best things ever.
"Clint Eastwood really hangs out with a monkey"
mentioned in dialogue
The guys and girls discuss the movie, its premises and the orangutan's name.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
"Chevre Which Way But Loose Burger"
Dean and Bobby talk about Clyde
"If Clint Eastwood can act with an orangutan, you can act with a little boy."
Marlowe says that Clint Eastwood is "much funnier with the orangutan."
World Champion Whipcracker Adam Winrich named one of his whipcracks after this title
Referenced in dialogue
"God, the third sequel to [this movie] really jumped the shark."
Bonnie is watching this movie with Adam while on the phone with him
Snob talks about the orangutan from this film originally being considered for Going Bananas
Philo (Clint Eastwood) pretends to shoot Clyde the orangutan with his finger
Philo does the Tarzan scream (exactly as Johnny Weissmuller did).
When Clint Eastwood's character comes into a stand-off with the biker gang, the first few notes of the theme tune is played.
Every Which Way But Lucid is a parody
PC Danny Butterman claps the same way as the ape, after he gets a ticket to the play.
"Every Which Way but Unforgiven" trailer